Placeholder? Or not?

I’ve just left the NCSA conference in Cleveland – I’m teaching tomorrow morning – where I presented my research. Not a lot of folks in the crowd, but those that were there both paid attention and seemed interested, which is far better.

Which is why there’s no “So You Want to Write an eBook” post today. 🙂

So that begs another question – and one I’ve not seen a good answer for:

If you’ve established a regular posting routine and “stuff happens”, should you mention it, or just go on like nothing happened? As a reader, which would you rather see?

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One Comment

  1. April 1, 2011

    I like to know, but I would admit that I most likely would not notice if there was not one. I follow a lot of different blogs so….. I tend to notice when one is missing for a week or more.

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